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Condensé De Ressources Gratuites En Français Pour Apprendre Et Maitriser C#

by necemon 21. March 2016 08:04
Le C# (Prononcez "cé charpe" à la française ou "ci charpe" à l'anglaise) est le langage de programmation phare de Microsoft, donc un langage très professionnalisant. Utilisé par un nombre important et grandissant de professionnels, il permet de réaliser toutes sortes d'applications. Une question qui revient souvent est, comment debuter en C#, quelles sont les meilleurs cours gratuits pour les francophones ?
Voici quelques suggestions. [More]

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Education | Francais | Technical

Web Citizen And Media Coverage: Yes, But...

by necemon 25. October 2015 22:30
These days, with the advent of social networks and blogs, every citizen yearns for information as mentioned in Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which says:
"Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers."
By virtue of this right, some citizens may sometimes tend to disseminate information without respecting certain rules of journalism that we will recall later.
It's worth indicating that elections are a time: [More]

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Education | English

Création De Jeu Vidéo : 4 Tactiques Substantielles Qui Vont Forcément Booster Tes Compétences

by necemon 15. March 2015 09:46
Un utilisateur de l'une de mes applications web m'a fait part part de sa préoccupation:

Bonjour, je suis T. j'ai 15 ans, quand je serai grand j'aimerais faire partie de l'industrie du jeu video et je me demandais si vous pouviez m'aider. Pouvez vous me donner quelques conseils et partager avec moi votre expérience?
Est ce que le fait de publier sur votre plateforme pourrait m'aider dans cette situation? J'aimerais beaucoup lire votre réponse, ça m'aidera vraiment.
Telle fut ma réponse: [More]

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Arts/Fun | Education | Francais

On Technical Orientation : 5 Basic Considerations When Starting To Code

by necemon 20. January 2015 20:18
A fresher sent me the following query:
Hi Necemon, thank you for accepting my invite. I am new to the IT field and I would appreciate if you could give me some guidance. Based on your work experience, can you tell me what companies look for in a computer guy ?
I have heard about you from senior students at Christ University, I am in Bangalore and I like computer science but I do not know what to learn and how to begin.
Actually, I think I like programming but I am told that the C language is no longer relevant, and I am also told about Ruby, C #, Python, etc. I'm confused. [More]

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Education | English | Technical

Savoir s'orienter : 5 considérations fondamentales quand on débute en programmation

by necemon 18. January 2015 22:29
Un Freshman (étudiant de première année) m'adresse la requête suivante :
Salut Necemon, merci pour l'acceptation. Je suis nouveau dans le domaine informatique et cela me ferait plaisir que tu m'orientes. Peux tu me dire ce que les sociétés recherchent chez un informaticien, toi qui a de l'expérience professionnelle ?
J'ai entendu parlé de toi par les seniors de Christ University, je suis à Bangalore et j'aime l'informatique mais je ne sais pas quoi apprendre et par quoi commencer.
Bon j'aime la programmation mais on me dit que le language C n'est plus utile, on me parle de Ruby, de C#, de Python, etc. Je suis confus. [More]

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Education | Francais | Technical

You Have The Right To Publish Whatever You Want Online

by necemon 1. March 2014 20:54
Dear teenagers and young adults who have been shocked by this article, and who did not fail to let me know, I owe you an apology.
Indeed, I wrote without considering the two absolute truths of social networks, namely:
1. In front of a (webcam, smartphone, video) camera connected to the Internet (or not), you may expose yourself (literally or figuratively).
The results can range from the topless picture (with a duck face, optionally) to the sextape - for the boldest among them, not to mention the full disclosure of the finest details of their personal life.
But hey, the most important thing is to get "likes", "retweets" and "+1s". [More]

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Education | English

Africa: ICT in Education for Entrepreneurship and Employability

by necemon 15. December 2013 21:47
While facing the problem of youth employability, African countries today strive to improve the quality in their education systems by using ICTs. One of the lessons learned from the case studies in relevant countries shows that the integration of ICT in Education can be beneficial, not only in terms of Education, but also in terms of Entrepreneurship and Employability. [More]

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Corporate | Education | English

Educational Uses Of Internet Content Curation

by necemon 5. December 2013 19:41
"Curator" is a term used in museums. It refers to the person who chooses artworks for an exhibition, the curator is called upon to make a choice, a comment and an introduction of some existing works. He is the link between the artist (or the cultural heritage) and the public. He is an expert. The curator on the Internet, after defining the topics of his technological watch, may choose to work from a curation platform allowing him to automatically or manually harvest, filter, editorialise and share some online content. As a marketing tool, how can "Content Marketing" be used as teaching tool in higher education? [More]

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Education | English

The Paradox Of Teachers In Africa : Rare And Yet Poorly Paid

by necemon 27. July 2013 01:32
There is a quote that says "Everything that is rare is expensive". In sub-Saharan Africa, in that "Everything", it seems that we must include Everything but the teaching profession.

Indeed, the shortage of teachers that affects the whole world in general is particularly more pronounced in sub-Saharan Africa. If we stick to the quote, this situation should have had the effect of raising the salary of teachers to attract as many people as possible in the profession. But no! On the contrary, it appears to be driving teachers' salaries down. In The Ivory Coast for example, in the schools, you can find benevolent teachers and volunteer teachers alongside state civil service teachers. [More]

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Education | English

4 important revelations that could certainly accelerate the educational revolution in Africa (Part 2)

by necemon 22. June 2013 16:02
Researches show that those who find the answer themselves retain it better than those who are told the answer. What schools should do ideally is to give children the motivation to get involved, to create an environment where children, driven by their curiosity, solve interesting problems, instead of simply memorizing answers to the problems that have already been solved. This may seem unrealistic with regard to some traditional systems but... [More]

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Necemon

I am Necemon Yai. I am a Software Engineer and a Digital Artist. Let's keep in touch via Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook.

Je suis Necemon Yai. Je suis un Ingénieur en Informatique et un Artiste Numérique. Restons en contact via Twitter, LinkedIn ou Facebook.